For the latest version, please visit https://docs.coreprotect.net/commands/
You can access the commands using either "/coreprotect", "/core", or "/co".
Quick Command Overview:
- /co help - Display a list of commands
- /co inspect - Toggle the inspector
- /co rollback <params> - Rollback block data
- /co restore <params> - Restore block data
- /co lookup <params> - Advanced block data lookup
- /co purge <params> - Delete old block data
- /co reload - Reload the configuration file
- /co status - View the plugin status
- /co near - Performs a lookup with a radius of 5
- /co undo - Revert a rollback/restore via the opposite action
Detailed command information is listed below.
| /co help
| Display a list of commands in-game.
| /co inspect
| Enable the inspector. Type the command again to disable it. You can also use just "/co i".
| /co rollback u:<user> t:<time> r:<radius> a:<action> b:<blocks> e:<exclude>
| Nearly all of the parameters are optional. Shortcut: "/co rb".
u:<user> - Specify a user to rollback.
You can also combine multiple users.
t:<time> - Specify the amount of time to rollback
You can specify weeks,days,hours,minutes, and seconds.
You can pick and choose time amounts.
You can also use decimals.
Example: t:2.50h (2 and a half hours)
r:<radius> - Specify a radius.
You can use this to only rollback blocks near you.
You can specify a number (e.g. r:5), a world (e.g. r:#world_the_end), a global rollback (r:#global), or a WorldEdit selection (r:#worldedit or r:#we)
For example, the following would only rollback damage within 10 blocks of where you are standing: r:10
a:<action> - Restrict the lookup to a certain action
For example, if you wanted to only rollback blocks placed, you would use a:+block
Here's a list of all the actions:
- a:block (blocks placed/broken)
- a:+block (blocks placed)
- a:-block (blocks broken)
- a:chat (messages sent in chat)
- a:click (player interactions)
- a:command (commands used)
- a:container (items taken from or put in chests)
- a:+container (items put in chests)
- a:-container (items taken from chests)
- a:inventory (items dropped or picked up by players)
- a:+inventory (items picked up by players)
- a:-inventory (items dropped by players)
- a:item (items dropped, picked up, taken from, or put in chests)
- a:+item (items picked up or put in chests)
- a:-item (items dropped or taken from chests)
- a:kill (mobs/animals killed)
- a:session (player logins/logouts)
- a:+session (player logins)
- a:-session (player logouts)
- a:sign (messages written on signs)
- a:username (username changes)
b:<blocks> - Restrict the rollback to certain block types.
For example, if you wanted to only rollback stone, you would use b:stone
You can specify multiple blocks, such as b:stone,oak_wood,bedrock
You can find a list of block type IDs at https://minecraft.fandom.com/wiki/Java_ ... ata_values
e:<exclude> - Exclude certain block types from the rollback.
For example, if you don't want TNT to come back during a rollback, you would type e:tnt
#<hashtag> - Add a hashtag to the end of your command to perform additional actions.
For example, to perform a rollback preview, you would use #preview
Here's a list of available hashtags:
- #preview (Preview a rollback/restore)
- #count (Return the number of rows found in a lookup query)
- #verbose (Display additional information during a rollback/restore)
- #silent (Display minimal information during a rollback/restore)
| /co restore u:<user> t:<time> r:<radius> a:<action> b:<blocks> e:<exclude>
| Same parameters as /rollback. Shortcut: "/co rs".
Restoring can be used to undo rollbacks.
| /co lookup u:<user> t:<time> r:<radius> a:<action> b:<blocks> e:<exclude>
| Search through block data using the same parameters as /co rollback. Shortcut: "/co l".
If multiple pages are returned, use the command "/co lookup <page>" to switch pages.
To change the number of lines displayed on a page, use the command "/co lookup <page>:<lines>".
For example, "/co l 1:10" will return 10 lines of data, starting at the first page.
| /co purge t:<time> r:<world>
| Purge old block data. Useful for freeing up space on your HDD if you don't need the older data.
For example, "/co purge t:30d" will delete all data older than one month, and only keep the last 30 days of data.
If used in-game, only data older than 30 days can be purged. If used from the console, only data older than 24 hours can be purged.
You can also optionally specify a world in CoreProtect v19+.
E.g. "/co purge t:30d r:#world_nether" will delete all data older than one month in the Nether, without deleting data in any other worlds.
In CoreProtect v2.15+, adding "#optimize" to the end of the command (e.g. "/co purge t:30d #optimize") will also optimize your tables and reclaim disk space.
This option is only available when using MySQL, as SQLite purges do this by default.
Please note adding the #optimize option will significantly slow down your purge, and is generally unnecessary.
Example Rollback Commands:
>>By default, if no radius is specified, a radius of 10 will be applied, restricting the rollback to within 10 blocks of you. Use "r:#global" to do a global rollback.
Rollback Notch 1 hour (with default radius of 10):
/co rollback Notch t:1h
PREVIEW rolling back both Notch & Intelli 1 hour (with default radius of 10):
/co rollback u:Notch,Intelli t:1h #preview
Rollback Notch 23 hours and 17 minutes (with default radius of 10):
/co rollback u:Notch t:23h17m
Rollback ONLY stone placed/broken by Notch within the last hour (with default radius of 10):
/co rollback u:Notch t:1h b:1
Rollback ONLY stone BROKEN by Notch within the last hour (with default radius of 10):
/co rollback u:Notch t:1h b:stone a:-block
Rollback EVERYTHING Notch did in the last hour EXCEPT for stone and dirt placed/broken:
/co rollback u:Notch t:1h r:#global e:stone,dirt
Rollback griefing Notch did in the last hour that is within 20 blocks of you:
/co rollback u:Notch t:1h r:20
Rollback griefing Notch did in the last hour ONLY in the Nether:
/co rollback u:Notch t:1h r:#nether
Rollback everything done in the last 15 minutes by anyone within 30 blocks of you:
/co rollback t:15m r:30
Rollback everything done in the last 15 minutes in a WorldEdit selection:
/co rollback t:15m r:#worldedit
Example Lookup Commands:
>>Lookup commands are generally the same as rollback commands. The primary difference is that a default radius is not applied to lookups, meaning all lookup commands do a global search by default.
Lookup all diamond ore mined in the last hour:
/co lookup b:56 t:1h a:-block
Lookup all chat messages sent by Notch in the last 30 minutes:
/co lookup u:Notch t:30m a:chat
Lookup all logins ever done by Notch:
/co lookup u:Notch a:login
Lookup all logins ever done by Notch:
/co lookup u:Notch a:login
Lookup previous usernames used by Notch:
/co lookup u:Notch a:username